17 December, 2017
Financial Times

Multinationals operating in China complain of a deteriorating environment, with nearly 50 per cent of European firms reporting in 2016 that it has become more difficult to do business in China than in the previous year. The American Chamber of Commerce similarly reported in 2017 that more than three-quarters of its member companies felt less welcome....

11 December, 2017

William Zarit, chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in China, said communication was critical to the U.S.-China economic relationship.

The Trump administration thought past communication mechanisms, including the Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade, strategic and economic dialogue as well as talks at both working and senior levels, were...

07 December, 2017

According to American Chamber of Commerce in China and European UnionChamber of Commerce in China, 69 percent of the surveyed U.S. businesses plan to expand investment in the country in 2017 while one third of EU companies see China among their top three choices to locate their research and development units.

24 November, 2017
Los Angeles Times

President Trump has made narrowing the U.S. trade deficit with China a priority. The American Chamber of Commerce in China has expressed concern Trump's focus on trade in goods might distract attention from issues such as increasing foreign access to finance, healthcare and other industries in China's state-dominated economy.

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